Let's speak about pasta makers!

uandurine posted:
Bestworking posted:

How can anyone not know they can buy pasta makers for home use? Could we have an ad for pasta makers headed this way?

So, we have been invaded by a promotional troll?  I hate it when I fall for dodo.

I don't really know, it's just odd that they'd ask that question instead of just searching for pasta makers online.

I have one; bought it for next to nothing at a store closing sale.  I have used it twice and produced some decent pasta, but from my experience, it is not worth the trouble, since I have learned what I like in ready-to-cook pasta and know where to find it. It is a nice little machine, very well made and looks as though it could last forever.  Out it goes at my next garage sale--for next to nothing.

That's one thing I like about a food store like Publix.  They have a vast variety of Pastas and sauces not found at other food outlets or stores.  Many times direct imports form Italy.  For me I'd rather pay a little more and get a variety of selections than attempt to make it myself, but then some find the do it yourself pastas much better, and maybe they have a point.  Just not for me.

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